The Ireland Study Abroad Program allows students to take a deep dive into Irish culture and history, immerse themselves in cinema studies and filmmaking, and make lasting memories.
Samuel Matsuzaki is a Cinema Studies major with a minor in East Asian Studies and shared about his experience studying filmmaking and cinema in the Ireland Study Abroad Program last summer.
On November 25, 2022, Associate Professor Dong Hoon Kim taught a masterclass at the University Institution of Spanish Cinema of the University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain. Professor Kim was invited to deliver a lecture on North Korean cinema as a part of "Reflexiones sobre la cultura asiática" ("Reflections on Asian Culture"), a special film studies course funded by Eurasian Foundation from Asia.
Cinema Studies Assoc. Professor Erin Hanna recently participated in a panel discussion at Fantagraphics Bookstore and Gallery in Seattle about "See You at San Diego: An Oral History of Comic-Con, Fandom, and the Triumph of Geek Culture.”
Masami Kawai's latest fiction film project, VALLEY OF THE TALL GRASS, was selected for Film Independent’s 2022 Fast Track Film Finance Market.
The program is an intensive, four-day film-financing market where participants eager to push their projects forward are connected with established financiers, production companies, agents, managers, and other film industry professionals who can really elevate their project to the next step.
Space is still available in a few Winter Term 2023 Cinema Studies courses! Read the course descriptions for more information, and check classes.uoregon.edu for updates on seat availability of these courses and others in the major.
CINE Majors: Please visit the course list page for the complete list of winter courses and how they satisfy the major.
Taught by Cinema Studies Senior Instructor André Sirois, this summer study abroad program is designed for students who want to immerse themselves in cinema studies in Ireland. Students in this 5-week program will get to work both critically and creatively, taking a course on contemporary Irish cinema and a course on digital filmmaking.
Students seeking honors in Cinema Studies are encouraged to enroll in CINE 407: Honors Thesis I and II.
Taught by Professor Priscilla Peña Ovalle, Honors Thesis I is offered winter term and will support your research or creative project planning, research, and writing to provide you with a solid plan and early draft of your Thesis Project. Honors Thesis II is offered spring term and will help students finalize their research or creative project in preparation for a spring defense. Read below for eligibility requirements and how to enroll.